Educators Honored at St. Louis American Foundation CelebrationThe evening includes awarding of $840,000 in student scholarships and financial support for teachers.
St. Louis Veterans Day 2015 Has Vietnam FlavorThis year's salute to U.S. military service members featured five parade grand marshals who served in that war
Jeffco Jail Gives Special Treatment to Iraq VetsInmates who are veterans are separated from other inmates to receive counseling and legal assistance.
Traveling Vietnam Wall on Display in St. LouisThe Traveling Vietnam Wall will be on display through 3 p.m. Sunday at Eternal Flame Park on Chestnut between 14th and 15th streets.
Vietnam Veteran From St. Peters Receives Purple HeartA Vietnam veteran from St. Peters gets his Purple Heart—44 years after the battle.
Illinois Rep. Introduces 'Knockout Game' LegislationThe legislation would stiffen the penalty for those convicted of battery while taking part in the "game," making it punishable by 3-7 years in prison.
Vietnam Veterans Day in MissouriNew state law makes each March 30 a commemorative holiday.
Durbin Urges Senate To Keep An Open Mind About HagelHagel's nomination has caught some flack because of charges that he is a weak supporter of Israel.
Big Winners Share Lessons, Risks of Powerball WinPast winners of mega-lottery drawings and financial planners have some more sound advice: Stick to a budget, invest wisely, learn to say no and be prepared to lose friends.
Price Of Dry Cleaning Could Be On The Rise In U.S. Higher taxes on the chemical most dry cleaners use are pushing prices up.
Homeless Vets Still a Problem in IllinoisErica Borggren, director of the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, says mentally unstable veterans have trouble maintaining jobs, and unemployment leads to homelessness
Illinois Sees Big Money in Trade with CubaState Rep. Jack Franks says the state’s goal should be $1 billion of agricultural exports to Cuba alone.